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Philippine Literature During U.S. Colonialism


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Philippine Literature During U.S. Colonialism

  1. 1. Literature Under U.S. Colonialism Prepared by: Conejar, Kareen Joy E. Submitted by : Ms. Jackielyn M. Hebia
  2. 2. Philippine literature during the American rule was influenced by two factors, first of which is, education. With the Americans providing free education, many were given the chance to study and English was used as the language of instruction. Unlike the Spanish, the foreigners were willing to teach their language to the Filipinos. Free education served as the stepping stone for others to improve their social status. Early literary works in English showed styles of which is American. It can also be seen that writers who just started learning English cannot fully showcase their talent because of the lack of mastery of the language. Writers during the American Period drew ideas from the Propaganda Movement and the Revolutionary Movement to encourage the Filipinos to continue to fight against the U.S. Colonialism. The demand for independence was supported by a campaign to make the Americans aware of the Filipino culture. Literary Period
  3. 3. Notable Authors and their Works
  4. 4. F Play Aurelio tolentino Kahapon ngayon at bukas Mena Pecson Crisologo Neneng o Pinagpalang kapangyarihan ng Pag-ibig Short Story Deogracas S. Rosario Greta Garbo Manuel E. Arguilla A Son is born Magdalena Jalandoni Si Anabella Marcel navarro At ako’y inanod Wilfredo Ma. Guerrero Wanted : A Chaperon Novel Fautino Aguilar Kay pait ng pamumuhay pinaglahuan Carlos Bulosan Two face of America From America is in the heart Poems Cecilo Apostol Al heroe Nactional Pedro Gatmaitan Pinaglahuan Benigno ramos Asyenda Jose corazon de Jesus Kamay ng berhin Salampi Gardeopatra Quijano Kon/Kung Evangeline Guerrero Though you Tell Me Not
  5. 5. Play
  6. 6. Aurellio Tolentino Was A Filipino dramatis t and playwrig ht. Born in Santo Christo, Guagua Pampanga. Kahaon ngayon at Bukas
  7. 7. Mena Pecso Crisologo A Ilocano literature contributed . Sha was a dramatist,and novalist. Literary historians and critics of Literature in the regions have yet established. under U.S. Colonial rule who Inevitably figure in research outputs and studies. Neneng o Pinagpalang kapangyarih an ng Pag- ibig
  8. 8. Short Story
  9. 9. Marcel Navarra She was a Short story writter . At Ako’y inianod
  10. 10. Wilfred Ma. guerrero Was a Filipino playwright, Teacher and theater artist. Ha has written well over a hundred plays, 41 of which have been published. His published plays have either been broadcast over the radio or staged various parts of the Philippines. Wanted : A Chaperon
  11. 11. Deogracias S. Rosario Greta GarboHe was a writer using English who imbibed literary influences coming into Philippine Literature through the school. Father of the “Tagalog Short Story ’’. Tagalog writers uninitiated the arc of the story.
  12. 12. Manuel Arguilla A Son is born Were the finest short story writers of their time, and between of two of them, Were in (1910- 1944). A writers Club And editor of the University ;s Literary Apprentice.
  13. 13. Si Anabella
  14. 14. Poems
  15. 15. Kamay Ng Birhen He was a Poet and a playwright. Was born Inn Manila and In Santa Maria, Bulacan. He also wrote lyrics for songs, One of them constancio de Guzman’s Bayan ko. A Woman can make or Unmake a man. A Woman can do wonders. That the hands of a virgin have a power to transform even hardened criminals into good men.
  16. 16. Salapi Money is like fire: an EXCELENT SERVANT, but a CRUEL MASTER Money, the love of it, the lack of it.the things it can do for you, what you can do it with it, how to make it earn, that’s what makes some pepole’s go around. - Bebe Lontoc
  17. 17. Lope K. Santos He was a Filipino Tagalog language writer and former senator of the Philippines. He nest known for his 1906 socialist novel. He also a native of Pasig. Hinigop ng sugal
  18. 18. Evangeline guerrero She was a poet, journalist in the Spanish language. She was the eldest daughter of the “ Prince of the Filipino lyric Poetry “. •Though You Tell Me not
  19. 19. Benigno Ramos He was known as the Balagtasan poem. Introduce social content, making the contestant proponents of specific philosophical/political positions. Panulat
  20. 20. Gardeopata Quijano As a young woman, she was inspired to be independent and not shy from every opportunity that women sparsely had at the time. started writing when she was a teenager. She is a poet, a fictionist and an essayist. She wrote her poems, stories and essays in Cebuano. “And if I were the wind, Oh, I’d tease the flowers, I’d scatter to all corners The fallen petals, So their fragrance would remain A trail of scent for the poet.” Kon /Kung
  21. 21. Cecilo Apostol Cecilio Apóstol was a Filipino poet. His poems were once used to teach the Spanish language under the Republic Act No. 1881. Cecilo Apostol Al Heroe Nactional/ To The National Hero Rizal the evolution and the perfidy of the American invaders. He was the National theater excellent support , and he was also a poet.
  22. 22. . Pedro Gatmaitan He was a youthful poets. The patriotic poems in the book range in tone playfully ironic to the oratorical and exhortative. Pinaglahuan
  23. 23. Novel
  24. 24. Fautino Aguilar He was a Social Novelist. A novel that gives a penetrating analysis of Philippine society at the beginning of the American rule. Kay hirap ng pamumuhay panaglahuan The discriminating choice of substantiating details , and sensitivity of a superior novelist. Aguilar’s novel revolves around the rich girl Danding whose love for a factory clerk had to give way to her parent’s wish to marry her off to the business magnate Rojalde who would organizer in the American firm where he works.
  25. 25. References
  26. 26. Cynthia Lumbera. “Philippine Literature” A History and Analogy. Manila :National Bookstore, 1981. Joaquin, Nick. “The Philippine as Sajonista,” Rediscovery , Cynthia Lumbera and Teresita G. Maceda. Manila Bookstore, 1981. Renato Constantino, A Past Revisited ( Quezon City): Malaya Books, Inc;1966 Teodoro A. Agoncillo and Oscar Alfonso, A History of the Filipino People, Rev.ed. (Quezon City: Malaya Book, 1967)p.429.